Selena Gomez, 30, says that a lot has changed after the screening of the documentary “Selena Gomez: My Brain and Me”.
The American pop star and actor lifts the lid on most things in the documentary released last month.
Among the topics are heartbreak and illness — but Gomez also talks about feeling not taken seriously in interview situations.
When the 30-year-old lit up this week during a private screening of the project in New York, she explained on the panel discussion that a lot has now changed for the better. Not least the relationship with fans.
– Now people come and want to have proper conversations with me, and I really appreciate that, Gomez said, according to Entertainment tonight.
– She added that I prefer to have a nice meeting with people rather than just being a public figure taking pictures with them.
Alec Keshishian, 58, who produced and directed the documentary, took part in a panel discussion in New York.
He said that while many celebrity documentaries are produced by the celebrities themselves, Gomez wanted to open up a different perspective than just her own.
“Selena loved the idea of someone else studying her life,” said Keshishian — who explained that handing over responsibility for something so personal is a great declaration of confidence.
– She knew my heart and was confident that I would capture the essence of Selena that I experienced.
In the documentary, Selena also talks about break up with justin bieber (28). The period was described as “disorienting”.
—but I think that was something that had to happen, and that it’s ultimately the best thing that ever happened to me.
The documentary will be shown on Apple TV+.
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